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Timely boost

Nanise Loanakadavu
Sunday, January 26, 2014

THE children's ward classroom at the CWM Hospital received at timely boost from the JICA Alumni Association of Fiji yesterday.

The association in conjunction with JICA Fiji office handed a photocopy machine to the children's education centre and also cleaned the classroom.

JICA representative, Shumon Yoshiara said the machine would be used by the teachers to deliver educational materials to the children.

"This will further motivate teachers and the children to learn better in an educational environment," Mr Yoshiara said.

He said the Government of Japan had a very long, warm and close collaboration with the Health Ministry under its numerous schemes.

"I am confident that you will put this machine to good use and it would be used to provide the much needed assistance to your staff and children," he said.








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